Gov. Baker on Tuesday handed the pen he used to sign a municipal governance reform package into law to Lt. Gov. Polito.
New Bedford officials announced regulations that would ban the possession, sale, manufacture or distribution of any synthetic drug.
The Massachusetts Association of Realtors reported July pending sales of single-family homes were up 8.5 percent versus a year before.
Tom Kiley is representing a former labor lobbyist accused of extorting a music festival to hire union stage hands.
Gov. Baker stood behind his nominee to the Supreme Judicial Court Judge Kimberly Budd in the face of criticism from one Republican lawmaker.
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An administration official said the operating cash would be used to address the fiscal 2016 tax revenue shortfall.
Agencies will update a task force on various aspects of the drought, and the task force will then deliver a recommendation.
The MBTA is wrestling with expensive and involved options for extending commuter rail train service to Fall River and New Bedford.
Baker signed into law a bill that aims to diversify the state’s energy portfolio and spur the development of an offshore wind industry.
While most of the attention on the presidential race has been focused on Clinton and Trump, a man familiar to Massachusetts is also in the r…
Rep. Shaunna O’Connell is unhappy about Kimberly Budd’s statements on sex offenders and drivers’ licenses for undocumented immigrants.
Massachusetts could soon add another woman to the state’s highest court.
Governor Baker signed a new law, setting tougher regulations for ride-sharing services. 22News found out how this affects your ride.
A national gun group is suing Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey following her call to ban guns similar to assault weapons.
The Governor signed what he described as the strongest regulatory framework in the country for app-based ride-for-hire services like Uber an…
The governor says that he supports the bill in principle, but he wanted more safeguards put into place.
Massachusetts officials say they’re monitoring potential threats as confirmed cases emerge elsewhere in the United States.
Gov. Rick Scott joined the director of the federal CDC Thursday in Miami to talk about state and federal efforts to stop the spread of the Z…
After a successful trial in rhesus monkeys, a team of researchers is ready to start testing a Zika virus vaccine in humans, they announced T…